Shutdown Gtimer : App Shutdown Timer in Ubuntu Oneiric Ocelot

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Shutdown GTimer is a simple shutdown timer with a simple user interface written in Python and GTK+. The main function of the application is Shutdown GTimer can schedule shutdown, suspend, hibernation, restart, log out, and execute shell commands, or just show a message. All settings can be stored into presets for future use.

Shutdown GTimer can be installed in Ubuntu and Linux with gnome desktop. on december ago developers shutdown gtimer has been released shutdown gtimer 0.38

Here are the features Shutdown Gtimer 0.38:

  • Fast control by mouse and keyboard
  • Timer for up to one week
  • Supports saving presets with autostart in 3 formates – Duration, Target time, Target time&day
  • Any saved preset can be set as default and will be executed immediately after SGTimer launch
  • Supports Quicklist in Unity Launcher and other docks, for direct access to presets
  • Countdown can be, as little widget, placed anywhere on the screen, with variable opacity
  • Works on older systems at least from Ubuntu 8.04 up
  • Direct access to all main actions – Shutdown, LogOut, Hibernate, Suspend, Restart, Command/Message
  • Supported services: ConsoleKit, UPower, DeviceKit, HAL, gnome.SessionManager, kde.kmserver
  • DEB installation package for Ubuntu
  • Works even without installation, just untar archive anywhere you want and execute sgtimer file. If you want an icon in main Applications menu just click on Settings and choose Quicklist Launcher

How to install Shutdown Gtimer 0.38 in ubuntu

  • Download and install  install Shutdown Gtimer 0.38, open terminal and run this commands:
wget -O shutdown-gtimer.deb
sudo dpkg -i shutdown-gtimer.deb
  • you can launch Shutdown Gtimer 0.38 by pressing ALT + F2 then type “sgtimer”

Shutdown Gtimer : App shutdown timer in Ubuntu Oneric Ocelot

For more information project shutdown gtimer you can visit Shutdown GTimer Web Site

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